King, George Ives, Dd
King, George Ives, D.D.
a Presbyterian minister, was born at Adams, N.Y., June 1, 1815. He studied at Lowville, graduated from Union College in 1838, and from Auburn Theological Seminary in 1841; was licensed by the Presbytery of Columbia, at Hudson, in April 1840; and for a time was principal of Union Academy, at Belleville, preaching to two feeble churches on alternate Sabbaths. In the fall of 1843 he was ordained pastor of the Westernville Church, by the Presbyterv of Utica. In 1846 he contracted throat disease by overwork and then spent two years traveling in the Southern States to restore his health; in 1848 was installed pastor of the Church at Hanover, N.J.; in 1856 of the First Church in Quincy, Illinois, in 1868 of the First Church in Jerseyville. He died in New Orleans, Louisiana, March 12, 1873. See Hist. of the Presb. Church in Illinois, volume 1; Genesis Cat. of Auburn Theol. Sem. 1883, page 246.